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Edgar Allan Poe's Annotated Poems

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  • Sales Rank:768,840
  • Languages:English (Unknown), English (Original Language), English (Published)
  • Media:Paperback
  • Number Of Items:1
  • Pages:216
  • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.7
  • Dimensions (in):0.5 x 5.9 x 8.9
  • Publication Date:October 17, 2008
  • ISBN:1933747218
  • EAN:9781933747217
  • ASIN:1933747218
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Edgar Allan Poe is America's most brilliant author of letters and most misunderstood. He is also one of America's most famous poets. In this scholarly compilation are background information for Edgar Allan Poe's poems, annotations, foreign word translations, illustrations, and photographs of individuals Poe wrote poetry about. Unlike most all Poe books of poetry, this also includes poems written to Poe by his many romantic interests and presents them in chronological order as they unfolded in the first half of the nineteenth century. These are compiled by Andrew Barger, award winning author of Coffee with Poe: A Novel of Edgar Allan Poe's Life and The Best Horror Short Stories 1800-1849. Andrew also edited Edgar Allan Poe's Annotated Short Stories. Read these enduring poems by the poet of "The Raven".
 
  • (Women in Edgar Allan Poe's Life)
  • Fanny Allan
  • Fanny
  • Jane Stanard
  • To Helen
  • The Lake - To -
  • A Dream
  • Irene
  • The Valley Nis
  • To Ianthe in Heaven
  • To One Departed
  • A Pæan
  • Lenore
  • The Raven
  • Margaret
  • To Margaret
  • Sarah Elmira Royster Shelton  
  • Tamerlane
  • To - -
  • The Happiest Day
  • Imitation
  • Visit of the Dead
  • To -
  • To M --
  • Sonnet to Zante
  • Octavia Walton Le Vert
  • To Octavia
  • Letitia Elizabeth Landon      
  • [Elizabeth Landon]
  • Elizabeth Rebecca Herring 
  • Elizabeth
  • Maria "Muddy" Clemm 
  • To My Mother
  • Virginia "Sissy" Clemm (Poems to and from)
  • Eulalie - A Song
  • [An Acrostic]
  • Virginia
  • Annabel Lee
  • Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
  • Enigma
  • Mary Starr
  • Serenade
  • To - -
  • Eliza White 
  • Lines Written in an Album
  • Mary Winfree
  • To Mary
  • Harriet Virginia Scott 
  • [May Queen Ode]
  • Virgin Mary 
  • [Hymn]
  • Frances "Fanny" Osgood (Poems to and from Poe)
  • The Rivulet's Dream
  • So Let It Be. To -
  • Love's Reply
  • Spring
  • To F -
  • Impromptu. To Kate Carol
  • To ---
  • Ida Grey
  • Slander
  • Echo-Song
  • To F -
  • To ---
  • The Divine Right of Kings
  • To F--s S. O--d
  • To ---
  • To ---
  • A shipwreck
  • A Song
  • To ---
  • To 'the Lady Geraldine'
  • Stanzas
  • A Song
  • A Valentine
  • To - -  
  • A Reply to One Who Said, "Write From Your Heart."
  • A Song
  • To -. Ulalume: A Ballad
  • Our Love Was Like
  • Fanny's First Smile
  • I Wandered in the Woodland
  • I Have Something Sweet to Tell You
  • He Bade Me be Happy
  • Since Thou Art Lost to Me on Earth
  • The Hand that Swept
  • Elizabeth Ellet (Poems to Poe and to Osgood)
  • Lines
  • Coquette's Song
  • To - - - -
  • Mary Neal
  • To - -
  • Louise Olivia Hunter
  • To Miss Louise Olivia Hunter
  • Sarah Helen Whitman (Poems to and from Poe)
  • To Edgar A. Poe
  • To Helen
  • Last Stanza of A Night in August
  • The Raven
  • Arcturus
  • Our Island of Dreams
  • Lines
  • The Phantom Voice
  • The Last Flowers
  • Resurgemus
  • Withered Flowers
  • Prosperpien to Pluto in Hades
  • To--
  • The Morning-Glory
  • To Edgar Allan Poe
  • Sonnets to Poe
  • The Portrait
  • Sarah Anna Lewis
  • Sonnet
  • Nancy "Annie" Locke Richmond
  • For Annie
  • Marie Louise Shew 
  • To Mrs. M. L. S ---
  • Beloved Physician
  • To Marie Louise
  • The Bells
  • (Men in Edgar Allan Poe's Life)
  • John Allan
  • To -
  • Isaac Lea
  • [to Isaac Lea]
  • Joseph Rodman Drake & Fitz-Greene Halleck
  • Drake-Halleck
  • Gabriel Harrison
  • [Part of "Campaign Song"]
  • Joseph Locke 
  • Lines on Joe Locke
  • Mr. Pitts
  • O'Tempora! O, Mores!
  • (Autobiographical)
  • Dreams            
  • Alone  
  • Israfel
  • (Miscellaneous Poetry After Age 25)
  • The Haunted Palace
  • The Conqueror Worm
  • A Dream within a Dream
  • Ballad
  • Latin Hymn
  • ["The Fall of the House of Usher" Couplet]
  • Sonnet -- Silence
  • [Motto for "The Gold-Bug"]
  • [Motto for the The Stylus]
  • Dream-Land
  • Epigram for Wall Street 
  • [Lines on Ale]
  • Eldorado
  • A Dream within a Dream
  • (Miscellaneous Poetry Before Age 25)
  • Evening Star
  • [Stanzas]
  • To the River [Po]
  • Sonnet - To Science
  • The Doomed City
  • Mysterious Star
  • Romance
  • The Coliseum
  • [Song of Triumph]
  • Spiritual Song
  • Al Aaraaf
  • Fairyland

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